I uploaded this video to YouTube on October 25, 2016. I'm adding this video in its original MP4 format to Archive.org for archival purposes.
This video was created to compare two recordings of Astrocade games. The first recording was created using a MyGica HP Cap X capture device. This recording was created using my Canon Powershot SX60 HS. Neither device is an ideal way to capture footage from the Bally Arcade/Astrocade. In December 2017 I began using a Framemeister XRGB-Mini, which works very well to create High-Definition videos.
Q-B2B is a Q*Bert clone that was created by WaveMakers (Mike Peace) for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade. It was written for the 2000-baud version of Bally BASIC (commonly called "AstroBASIC"). Q-B2B, sometimes called QB-2B, was supposed to be released in 1984 on Tape 20 along with Tomb Pirates. Both of these games were unreleased. No documentation for Q-B2B exists (or, at least, has been archived). If you're familiar with Q*Bert, then you'll have no problems playing this BASIC game that was written to fit in the 1.8K of RAM available for BASIC.